Definitions

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  • adv. In an unpreventable manner.

Etymologies

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unpreventable +‎ -ly

Examples

  • It means that if anything could be God, then there is a God that exists eternally, uncausably, and unpreventably.

    The Dissonance of Humility

  • In particular, to say that God necessarily exists is not to imply that 'God does not exist' entails a contradiction; it is rather to imply that, given the sort of thing God would be, God exists eternally, uncausably, and unpreventably if at all.

    The Dissonance of Humility

  • 'God exists' does not have the force and clarity of a logical theorem; rather, it entails that there is something existing eternally, uncausably, and unpreventably and is God.

    Archive 2006-07-01

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